British birds in spring woodland in a William Morris stylee. The painting shows a green woodpecker, a wood warbler, a nuthatch, a jay and a thrush – just some of the birds that make the ‘song from the wood’. The title of this painting comes from an album by folk-rock band Jethro Tull.
Who is the real beast in this picture? This is a painting about power, territory, tigers and people's greed and stupidity. It won't be too long until there are no more tigers living wild and free.
An original painting, acrylic on paper, 30cm x30cm, framed but unglazed. Price includes shipping to UK addresses.